Nut milks are so easy, convenient and fast to make, plus they’re free of any chemical nasties. Make sure to ‘activate’ your nuts (by soaking them overnight in water) so they are more easily digestible and nutritious.
You need a food processor, large pouring bowl, glass bottle (to store) and a nut bag, which you can buy online or at your local health food store.
Money saving tip: save the leftover meal that remains in your nut bag and dry out in the oven on low/medium heat for about 30 minutes. Voila you now have a nut meal such as almond meal. The bonus here is you’re using ‘activated’ almond meal for baking rather than the normal almond meal, which is harder to digest and far more expensive. I use the activated meal to make loads of great healthy gluten-free treats including vitality balls, cupcakes, cookies, breads and pancakes. Basically when a recipe calls for almond meal, this is now what you have. It can be stored in the fridge until you are ready to use it.